NonfictionJosh Gates chases the lost fortune of Prohibition's infamous bootlegger Dutch Schultz. Josh dives the murky shore near Dutch's lavish New York mansion and searches the massive underground bunker that housed Dutch's secret distillery.
NonfictionThe Storm, the first two-hour episode of Hiding in Plain Sight, focuses on more than twenty young people who provide an intimate look at what it’s like to experience the symptoms of mental illness, from depression to addiction to suicide ideation. The film includes insights from families, providers, and advocates and explores the impact of childhood trauma, stigma, and social media.
NonfictionIn 2019, after a night out with friends, college student Samantha Josephson climbs into a car she mistakes for her rideshare, never to be seen alive again. With little to go on, police must rely on CCTV footage to help pick up the killer's trail.
NonfictionIn May 2019, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, a shooter fires on four teenagers in a parked car and then escapes with the help of a getaway driver. With a devastated community desperate for justice, can surveillance video help police pick up the killer’s trail?
NonfictionThe family of Kenia Monge share the agonizing details of what happened around the beautiful, 19-year-old's disappearance. Father Tony Lee, her sister, Kim, and authorities explain how the texts in Kenia's cell phone were the impetus to finding her abductor, who ultimately led them to Kenia.
NonfictionKeith and Evan run into more stress than expected while renovating an old house into a peaceful zen bungalow. Then, the boys look to fix their budget woes by updating a duplex rental property and host the grand opening of their Nine Design storefront.
NonfictionAn army veteran delivers a parcel to his neighbor that lands in his mailbox mistakenly. Instead of receiving gratitude, he ignites a war between the two military men that spirals out of control until the feud finally ends in a hail of bullets.
NonfictionFour champions return to the kitchen on a mission to become a sous-chef for a Chopped judge. A specialty of Naples is the curveball ingredient of the entree basket, and a stinky fruit and a spicy ice cream are a part of the dessert round challenge.
NonfictionThe invention of the luxury resort casino helps birth Sin City; a Harlem woman goes to war for what will become the state lottery system; an alluring magazine like no other is launched; and one of the most famous cigarette brands in history is created.
NonfictionSuccessful real estate agent, Beverly Carter, went missing after showing a home to potential buyers. Later that evening, 50-year-old Beverly began texting her husband. Family and friends recall why the texts seemed suspicious and how they knew without a doubt, that Beverly was in danger.
NonfictionFrom blue whales to kit foxes, spectacular images bring California’s wildlife into sharp focus. Natural forces reshape the land, yet some species persist, constantly adapting to a changing world. Still, in a space shared with 40 million people, is there room for all? Move over Hollywood. Our wildlife stars are ready for their close-up.
NonfictionAs R. Kelly rises to fame and power as an R&B icon, he forms relationships with younger singers and dancers. Rumors about his marriage to a fifteen-year-old Aaliyah do little to stop his meteoric trajectory.
NonfictionJack Daniel pioneers American whiskey; Adolphus Busch creates an iconic beer; Buck Duke innovates the modern cigarette; and Julius Schmid skirts the law selling his new condoms...all while the temperance movement rises to battle against them.
NonfictionIt is a land of extremes – tallest, deepest, highest, hottest. And home to the richest biodiversity in the Americas, from gray whales traveling the California Current to mountain lions in the Sierra Nevada and redwoods harvesting water from the air. In a rapidly changing and thirsty world, drought, dams and fire pose dire threats to an ecosystem connected by rivers on land, air and sea.
NonfictionA social media influencer is ready to leave public housing and find home of her own in New Jersey. She's looking for a multi-family property that will build generational wealth, but her long list of must-haves will make her search a challenge.
NonfictionRock climbers are ready to get out of their tiny apartment and into a house with some space in Reno. They want plenty of room to store all their gear, and he's looking for a major fixer-upper, but she prefers something that's move-in ready.
NonfictionAs a new wave of guests arrive at the White Lotus, resort manager Armond tries to assuage an unreasonable Shane and his easy-going wife Rachel, while spa director Belinda calms a grieving Tanya. Meanwhile, Nicole suggests her husband Mark distract himself from a health scare by spending time with their son Quinn, who’s been cast out by his sister Olivia and her friend Paula.
NonfictionLife on the Greek islands, home to a fiercely independent and proud population, is relatively secluded, steeped in tradition, and revolves around local food, wine, close friends and family. On theisland of Naxos, Bourdain heads offshore to dive to a sunken ship wreck,drink raki with the local residents, and sample cuisine fresh from the fishing boat, including octopus salad, salatouri (skate), and rofos (grouper) with olive oil and lemon. While exploring the island, he meets with politically outspoken musical group, The Stray Bitches, and travels to the mountainous village of Apeiranthos where he attends a traditional cele
NonfictionLeaving behind his Boston childhood, Benjamin Franklin reinvents himself in Philadelphia where he builds a printing empire and a new life with his wife Deborah. Turning to science, Franklin gains worldwide fame from his lightning rod and experiments in electricity. After entering politics, he spends years in London trying to keep Britain and America together as his own family starts to come apart.
NonfictionApril Millsap's mother recalls the day she asked her 14-year-old daughter April, to text her when she got home from walking the dog. April never did. Instead, she sent a cryptic text to her boyfriend and disappeared. What happened during her outing that changed her family forever?
NonfictionHannah Anderson's best friend knew something was wrong when Hannah stopped responding to her texts. No one knew that Hannah had been abducted by someone close to her. Hear the harrowing saga around Hannah's kidnapping and how the amber alert system was used for the first time.
NonfictionA couple looks to escape their hectic lives by working remotely in the relaxed Riviera Nayarit area of Mexico. The move will take them away from their young granddaughter, so their main priority is plenty of space for a home office and family visits.
NonfictionIn Resilience, the second episode of Hiding in Plain Sight, our “heroes” speak about finding help and inpatient and/or outpatient treatment. It also explores the criminalization of mental illness, tragedy of youth suicide, and “double stigma” that occurs when mental illness is combined with racial or gender discrimination. Throughout, the interviewees demonstrate the power of resiliency and hope.
NonfictionIn the first of a two-part Top Gear special, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May are in Africa with a simple mission to find the definitive source of the Nile. Over the years many explorers claim to have already done just that, but the Top Gear trio believes that they can do better by traveling further and faster than any exploration team in history using only grit, ingenuity and three ageing estate cars.
NonfictionAs the team drills into the solid rock Mesa on Skinwalker Ranch, they discover a mysterious void containing an impenetrable object that causes one of the most dangerous and threatening happenings they've experienced so far.
NonfictionSgt. Wayne Jenkins gives a lecture to cadets, while investigators Erika Jensen and John Sieracki question Momodu Gondo about his connection to a known drug dealer. Attorney Nicole Steele looks into complaints against notorious cop Daniel Hersl. Then, after an overdose death in Hartford County, David McDougall tracks the source of the drugs to Baltimore.
NonfictionWhen divorced mom of four Krystal Humphus marries single dad Nathan Maddox, she is over the moon that she’s found a man who loves kids as much as she does. Little does she know that her dream of a big, blended family will soon become a nightmare.
NonfictionA chase leads police into the dangerous Ocala National Forest. Come nightfall, helicopter and K9 teams work together to find a known criminal hiding in a body of water. A spree of home invasions sees the perp vanish, escalating into a three-day manhunt.
NonfictionAlex Guarnaschelli asks the chefs to make beach vacation dishes, but one chef's creation misses the boat. Then, the chefs take a culinary trip to the Midwest with comfort dishes, and the final two channel the great outdoors with glamping-style dishes.
NonfictionJeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May continue their journey in three ancient and barely functioning trucks, heading toward their final challenge - building a bridge over River Kwai in Thailand. Having climbed mountains and endured a Burmese trucker stop, they must now venture into the Shan state, an area rife with civil war and normally closed to Western TV crews.
NonfictionJapan is a paradox. The low birthrate, the dedication, the conformity, and the life of a salary man are well known. There is also a competitive and rigid culture that gives way to some unique subcultures. Bourdain has traveled to Tokyo countless times, but on this trip he is in search of the city's dark, extreme, and bizarrely fetishistic underside.
NonfictionFor decades the dinosaurs of Africa were lost to us. But recent discoveries have now revealed some of the most spectacular dinosaurs ever found. Two giant killers, both bigger than T.rex; one of these has captured our imaginations; Spinosaurus, the biggest killer known to have walked the earth. Only now has evidence been unearthed that reveals just how two giant killers managed to survive side by side.
NonfictionIn the 1960s Cosby is collecting accolades for his comedy, breaking barriers for Black stunt performers and finding his own ways of participating in the nation’s sexual liberation and civil rights movement. All the while, he allegedly begins exploiting his power. How do we reconcile everything we knew and loved about Bill Cosby with what we now know? Series premiere.
NonfictionAs the team conducts a new aerial experiment over the Triangle Area above Skinwalker Ranch, they find shocking new evidence that the radiation and UAP phenomena they keep detecting may be connected to something deep inside the mesa.
NonfictionA shooting exposes a web of lies as criminal charges accumulate against Alex Murdaugh in the aftermath of the unsolved murders of his wife and son. Allegations of conspiracy upend life in his South Carolina community amidst ongoing investigations.
NonfictionAs the team returns for their third year to investigate the high strangeness of Skinwalker Ranch, they find new evidence of a mysterious anomaly in the sky one mile above the Triangle Area that may be connected to something deep within the Mesa.
NonfictionOne of the richest men in the world may lose his tobacco empire, while alcohol titans fight for their lives against the growing threat of Prohibition. And New York City becomes ground zero in the battle to legalize contraception, and a form of gambling that will eventually become the state Lottery.
NonfictionSatellite images capture dozens of perfectly straight parallel lines hidden in the dense Polish woodlands; experts investigate and uncover a massive WWII military complex once used as a notorious and deadly Nazi weapons training facility.
NonfictionIn one of the most spectacular and incredible Top Gear road trips ever attempted, the boys head to Vietnam, aiming to travel the entire length of the country in just eight days, thereby achieving what the American military failed to do in 10 years.
NonfictionIn the second part of the Top Gear special, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May continue their epic African Odyssey. Having survived insane traffic, lethal mud slides and some distinctly dubious map reading, the trio and their ailing estate cars reach the climax of their quest to find the definitive source of the Nile.
NonfictionThe lives of animals and plants are dominated by the sun and fresh water which trigger seasonal journeys. The latest technology and aerial photography enable the Planet Earth team to track some of the greatest mass migrations.
NonfictionIn the first of an all-new two-part special, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May are on a mission to build a bridge over the River Kwai in Thailand. In order to do so, they must first drive across a country that has been largely closed to Westerners for over 40 years: Burma. The trio must make this trip in three trucks that have been bought for a limited budget. What follows is an epic journey of beautiful scenery, regular adversity, ongoing malfunction, and constant bickering between the three hosts.
NonfictionIt's the ultimate test of man against machine - or should that be dog against machine - as the Top Gear team set out on one of their most ambitious and arduous challenges ever. Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond take part in an epic land race starting in the town of Resolute, Northern Canada, finishing 450 miles later at the Magnetic North Pole.
NonfictionIn this episode, we get a glimpse of Rome through Tony's eyes as he dines on mouth-watering classic Italian dishes and attempts to embody the mindset of the Roman people - living happily and carefree.
NonfictionTony steps away from the Venice of tourists and into the Venice of the locals, visiting the famous Rialto Fish Market, experiencing Burano risoto and tasting "forbidden wine" on the island of Saint Erasmo.
NonfictionIn this chapter of No Reservations, Tony takes a trip during the World Cup to Madrid -a city he describes as the political, geographical and cultural center of Spain, and a melting pot of people and foods from all over the country
NonfictionThis episode explores the food and natural beauty of Copenhagen, the economic and cultural center of Denmark. Home to famed chef Rene Redzepi and his brainchild Noma - regarded by critics as one of the world's best restaurants - Parts Unknown delves into the city's cuisine and the new Nordic creativity that infuses Redzepi's work at Noma.
NonfictionIn this food-centric episode, Bourdain accompanies world-renowned chef/restaurateur Daniel Boulud as they travel back to Boulud's hometown of Lyon, France for a "once-in-a-lifetime" pilgrimage to the city's rich food culture and legendary chefs, with a focus on Nouvelle Cuisine innovator Paul Bocuse.
NonfictionBourdain's Roman holiday takes a cinematic turn, influenced by his tour guides, actress Asia Argento, screenwriter/director Abel Ferrara, and a host of larger-than-life Romans who take him inside a Rome for the locals.
Nonfiction1862 saw the birth of modern warfare and the transformation of Lincoln's war to preserve the Union into a war to emancipate the slaves. Episode two begins with the political infighting that threatened to swamp Lincoln's administration and then follows Union General George McClellan's ill-fated campaign on the Virginia peninsula. The episode follows the battle of ironclad ships, camp life and the beginning of the end of slavery. Ulysses S. Grant's exploits come to a bloody resolution at the Battle of Shiloh. The episode ends with rumors of Europe's readiness to recognize the Confederacy.
NonfictionTony visits Sardinia, his wife's homeland, and learns what it means to be Sardinian. From the craggy mountainous landscape to the exotic cuisine and ages old traditions, Tony learns that Sardinia really is its own country with a strong island mentality.
NonfictionChicago's iconic Old Town Ale House and its colorful patrons are the gateway to Bourdain's tour of the "City by the Lake," which includes the host dining on breaded steak sandwiches at Ricobene's with music producer Steve Albini, sampling Mapo Doufu at Chinatown's Sze Chuan with Chef Stephanie Izard, and a home cooked meal with Chicago-raised rapper Lupe Fiasco and his mom, plus a tour of comedy mecca Second City with mainstage performer Paul Jurewicz.
NonfictionParts Unknown tours Bahia, known as the "African heart of Brazil" and internationally recognized for its Afro-Brazilian music, art, design and food. A look at the dance/martial art of Capoeira, the region's legendary food vendors, Salvadoran fishing neighborhoods, and a BBQ on the beach are featured.
NonfictionA cautiously optimistic Belinda walks a fine line with Tanya, while Armond brainstorms ways to deal with Shane. After her husband belittles her work, Rachel approaches Nicole for advice. Paula and Olivia lose track of their stash, while a revived Mark attempts to connect with Quinn.
NonfictionIn the U.S. Supreme Court's most polarizing decisions, Roe v. Wade, is a woman as controversial as the case itself. Norma McCorvey, a.k.a. “Jane Roe," reveals the truth behind her story at a critical moment in America’s abortion debate.
NonfictionThe double-murder of the wife and son of powerful attorney Alex Murdaugh stuns the community his family has presided over for almost a century. Secret evidence, cold-cases and suspicions of cover-up add to attention and pressure on the legal dynasty.
NonfictionThe life and all-too-short career of wunderkind rapper Juice WRLD is revealed in this intimate and often eye-opening documentary. The film includes a wealth of never-before-seen footage, unreleased music, and dozens of industry interviews as it details Juice WRLD’s struggles to navigate his meteoric rise to fame, his drug use, and mental health issues.
NonfictionOnce friendly neighbors on a mountain road become sworn enemies after one family calls police about a theft -- violating the unspoken tradition of leaving authorities out of disputes. Years of conflict finally culminate with shots fired and a man dead.
NonfictionJensen, Sieracki, and U.S. Attorney Leo Wise prepare to charge the officers of the GTTF. Suiter feels the distrust of Baltimoreans as he works a homicide scene and begins to sense that his past is closing in on him. Steele and Davis seek support from Baltimore’s new mayor on the consent decree before the new administration takes over the DOJ.
NonfictionBritish bloke Brooklyn Beckham recruits Sunny Anderson to bring a transatlantic takeover to Bobby Flay's kitchen. Chefs Francis Legge and Caroline Budge are ready to bring the heat from across the pond.
NonfictionAfter the birth of their son, a couple is leaving Washington, D.C., to follow her roots back to Brisbane, Australia. She has a set list of everything their family needs, but he is more focused on spending whatever it costs to get the amenities he wants.
NonfictionMillions of people around the world have reported encountering shadowy entities who instill fear, shortness of breath, and even paralysis. Is it possible that the so-called "Shadow People" are more than mere figments of the imagination?
NonfictionAs the season comes into the home stretch, the battle for Wicked Tuna’s top spot is hotly contested. Four boats are all within one fish of the lead, and are fishing harder than ever. The captain of the Moonshine tries to will his crew to a profitable season, while Pinwheel fights to stay in the race. And after a season of hard times and heartbreak, the Hot Tuna gets a shot at redemption.
NonfictionA well-known TV personality has been through cancer and divorce, and now she's ready to downsize in California's San Fernando Valley. As a single mother of two, she wants a close-knit family vibe, but the high-end style she's used to requires top dollar.
NonfictionHip Hop was birthed from the Bronx but to New York's surprise, a harsh reality also lived on the West Coast. Enter: the Original Gangster, Ice-T. Ice-T took a page from Iceberg Slim's books and applied it to his multifaceted career. He pimped the system to stand the test of time as an artist whose career has spanned over four decades. From "Cop Killer" to playing America's favorite cop on television, Ice-T's career and accomplishments have paved the way for artists to emulate his path.
NonfictionMichael and Ashley save a family's two-story 1800s home from a flip that would have been a flop. They restore the original features while working to preserve the property's historical integrity.
NonfictionAfter the US Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, Fareed looks at the legal and political implications and how US abortion rights compare to other countries around the world. He talks with Emily Bazelon of The New York Times Magazine and Margot Sanger-Katz who covers health for The New York Times. Then, as G7 leaders gather in Germany, can they keep the pressure on Russia? And what does the collapse of Israel’s governing coalition mean for the country and the Middle East? Council on Foreign Relations President Richard Haass and Financial Times Chief Foreign Affairs Columnist Gideon Rachman join Fareed for a panel discussi
NonfictionJean and her daughter, Grace, tackle one of Jean's dream projects of redesigning a midcentury modern beach house on the shores of Lake Michigan. Jean plans to use vintage tile, custom cabinetry and a wall of windows to create stunning lake views.
NonfictionOur story begins in a little village on the border between Zimbabwe and Botswana. Unusually, James was the first to arrive, in his 1985 Mercedes 230E. Next up is Jeremy with a 1981 Lancia Beta Coupé. Finally, Richard turns up in an Opel Kadet made in 1963, which he immediately bonded with and named Oliver.To reach their destination on the Namibian border, the guys have to negotiate the vast openness and primordial sludge of the Makgadikgadi salt pans, the choking dust of the Kalahari Desert, not to mention the treacherous rivers and hungry wildlife of the Okavango Delta. Along the way, they encounter more or less every dan
NonfictionJeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May are dropped deep in the Bolivian rain forest armed only with three shabby 4x4s which they bought from the local small ads for a maximum of 3500 a piece. What follows is set to be their most extraordinary journey to date as they attempt to drive from the heart of Bolivia to the coast of Chile, encountering local drug lords, the debilitating effects of high altitude and the terrifying sheer drops of the infamous Death Road along the way. But before all that, they've got to escape from the deep, dark centre of the rain forest in what is without doubt the toughest and most unmissa
NonfictionThe world's biggest car program is back with a brand new, two-part special in which Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May take three V8-engined sports cars on a grueling 1600 journey through the spectacular landscapes of Patagonia.
NonfictionJeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond travel to Florida in order to prove that a fly-drive holiday would be more fun if you bought a car instead of renting one. Having picked up some wheels for no more than $1,000 each, the boys embark on an epic road trip to find out who got the best deal, encountering heat, flies and some very angry locals along the way.
NonfictionAnthony Bourdain is in beautiful Tuscany, exploring this contrasting land of heaven and hell. Heaven because of its breathtaking scenery, hell not only because of Tuscany's famous hell-writing native, Dante, but because of the hellish trip to get there.
NonfictionExplore the city of light and love's unexpected surprises on a journey through the lives of the city's working class. Explore the varied ethnic communities which contribute to the pulse and edginess of glitzy Paris.
NonfictionThe Nazi SS, Adolf Hitler’s homicidal shock troops of WW II , battle the Viet Cong, the murderous masters of jungle warfare. Two of the most lethal foes ever faced by American GIs square off in a bloody showdown.
NonfictionOn a bright May morning, 5,000 sailors and Marines bid farewell to their loved ones before the mammoth USS Nimitz pulls out of Coronado, California, and sets a course for Hawaii and beyond. Among the men and women who live and work on board are an airman who describes the ship as a small town; a pilot who considers the ship a powerful instrument of diplomacy; a sailor who questions "why we're fighting to defend someone else's freedom when we barely have our own"; a cook who dishes out 15,000 meals a day; and an airman who has just learned that his girlfriend is pregnant. This program contains explicit language. Viewer dis
NonfictionRevered as the author of the Declaration of Independence, the most sacred document in American history, yet condemned as a lifelong owner of slaves, Thomas Jefferson remains the enigma that is America. A young Jefferson from the Virginia wilderness is transformed by the fire of Enlightenment into his country's most articulate voice of human liberty. Torn between serene family life at Monticello and his passion for politics, Jefferson suffers great personal loss, even as he gives voice to a new era of democratic government. Ken Burns examines the life and works of the third President of the United States, while showing how
NonfictionIstanbul has been subjected to stereotypes that minimize the food to lamb-on-a-stick and the culture to belly dancing; Tony soon discovers the faults in these misconceptions as he encounters food and culture inspired by history and religion.
NonfictionThe blue whale is a perfect symbol for the oceans: the vast blue expanse that dominates our planet while still remaining largely unexplored and mysterious. Yet the oceans are an integral part of our lives. Their influence dominates the world's weather systems. They support an enormous range of life, from the largest whales to the smallest plankton, from hordes of sea birds to lonely, deep-sea fish. All this is governed by a complex system of biological and physical forces. This first episode demonstrates the sheer scale, power and complexity of the 'Blue Planet.'
NonfictionThe men and women of the USS Nimitz live beneath the runway of a major airport. They sleep on the roof of a nuclear power plant. It's a perilous environment. Their only bulwark against danger and chaos is to bond with their units on board the ship. The "Shooters," who launch the jets, have a "Circle of Trust"; the Ordies (ordnance personnel) pride themselves on being a "mafia"; the F-18 squadrons - the Black Aces, the Hoboes and the Marine Red Devils - are tight fraternities. This program contains explicit language. Viewer discretion is advised.
NonfictionJeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May hit Donington in three stripped out track cars - the KTM X-Bow, the Morgan Three Wheeler and the Caterham R500. Back at the Top Gear airfield, Jeremy recreates the battle of Britain in an insane aero-engined Bentley and a flame spitting retro BMW. Plus Blur bassist and professional cheese maker Alex James is the star in the Reasonably Priced Car.
NonfictionProvence is a region of France characterized by its impoverished history and hard labor. Throughout his journey in Provence, Tony becomes enamored with the Provencal culture and cuisine glorifying the region as the ideal escape.
NonfictionWhat if every human being on earth disappeared? This isn't the story of how we might vanish--it is the story of what happens to the world we leave behind. In this episode, we'll see what happens to some of the bodies left behind. Most embalmed and buried, some mummified, others cryogenically frozen. Will any of them truly achieve immortality? Or will they be outlived by other memorials to mankind, like the Statue of Liberty or the Sistine Chapel. This is just part of a journey that will take us to the future of cities of Boston and Houston--as well as haunting sites already devoid of man.
NonfictionVietnam is a clash of cultures, mixing a hectic urban pace with people serious about eating. Tony decides on a whim to relocate for a year to write the great Vietnamese novel, but first he'll meet a local chef/realtor who will help him find the perfect property.